Nissan has just announced that the all-new 2013 Sentra will be priced in the United States from $15,990. Set to go on sale at U.S. Nissan dealers nationwide beginning October 16, the redesigned Sentra promises to offer class-above design standards inside and out, as well as efficiency in engineering. According to the official press release, the 2013 Sentra is five percent lighter than the outgoing model, despite the fact that it is slightly larger and offers more interior room. All the Sentra versions will be powered by the same fuel-efficient 1.8-liter engine, bolted to the next-generation Xtronic CVT transmission. The Sentra FE+ S and FE+ SV will offer achieve 40 mpg on the highway, while the other CVT-equipped models are rated at 39 mpg on the highway. All the CVT models are rated by EPA at 34 mpg combined (City and Highway) and offer a driving range of 415 miles. Regarding the interior, this comes with heated leather-appointed seating surfaces, Dual Zone Automatic Climate Control, Bose Premium Audio System, RearView Monitor and NissanConnectSM with Navigation system. So, if you want more, you will have to know that the Sentra S CVT is priced from $17,260, while the Sentra FR+ S CVT carries a $17,660 price tag. And this is not all, as the Sentra SV CVT is priced at $17,970, the Sentra FE+ SV CVT at $18,370, the Sentra SR CVT at $18,870, the Sentra SL CVT at $19,760.
Gallery: 2013 Nissan Sentra